Eco-authoritarianism, Eco-reformism or Eco-marxism?: Part two of 'foundations for developing a green political theory'

Cogito 10 (2):115-123 (1996)
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Keywords General Interest  Philosophy of Mind
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DOI 10.5840/cogito199610221
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